TOURBIERE DE BARRADON

in Saint-etienne-du-valdonnez
  • Peat bogs are closely linked to the presence of springs, aquifers or lakes. These environments, resulting from the last glaciations, are extremely fragile and sensitive to any disturbance of their hydrological functioning. Other non-determining habitats that are just as important in the functioning of these wetlands are also present: acid low marshes with various sedges or narrow-leaved cottongrass, peatlands with Blue Molinie, streams, meadows and wet lawns. The site is also a place of...
    Peat bogs are closely linked to the presence of springs, aquifers or lakes. These environments, resulting from the last glaciations, are extremely fragile and sensitive to any disturbance of their hydrological functioning. Other non-determining habitats that are just as important in the functioning of these wetlands are also present: acid low marshes with various sedges or narrow-leaved cottongrass, peatlands with Blue Molinie, streams, meadows and wet lawns. The site is also a place of passage and rest for migratory birds. Source: National Museum of Natural History, ZNIEFF inventory. The pond welcomes many fishermen from May to September, but also hikers. Thank you for respecting the natural environment during your visit.
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